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For most people, buying their own web site involves many steps. First, you have to figure out what kind of domain you’d like to have and figure out what the purpose of the domain is going to be. After you’ve figured those two things out, you need to decide where you’re going to buy the domain. Although some domain providers come with their own complimentary hosting packages, not all of them provide this. If the domain provider that you’d most like to buy your domain name from doesn’t provide hosting, another important step is deciding where you’re going to buy hosting from. Depending on what the purpose of your domain is going to be, your hosting plan needs to fit your future site without going over your budget.
When I was in the process of buying this site, I found a lot of these web hosting reviews helpful. Seeing as how I had never actually owned my own domain before, I found the reviews that AlreadyHosting.Com provided to be incredibly useful! Some of the most popular web hosting companies are ranked there, and their hosting features and monthly prices are listed right beside that in a format that is incredibly easy to read. Along with that, a more in-depth review of the hosting provided by each of these sites is also provided. Right now, I’m reading about WebHostingPad because I’ve been thinking about getting myself a second domain. I really like their cheap hosting prices!
If you’d like to learn about the most popular web hosts, I’d check this site out.